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About us

We are a chapter of the international Net Impact organization ā€“ ā€œa global network of leaders who are changing the world through business.ā€ Our club welcomes NYU students of all majors and backgrounds. We are exploring all the ways that doing business intersects with doing good. Our speaker series covers a wide range of topics, with speakers from organizations such as Ashoka, BRAC, Citi, Do Something, Goldman Sachs, Salesforce, and the United Nations.

Leadership

Jeni Lin
President
Anam Momin
President
Emily Chen
Executive Vice President
Sheryl Dalal
Vice President of Marketing
Rishab Gupta
Treasurer
Kitty Liang
Mentorship Chair
Alex Cao
Director of N.I.C.E. Consulting
Kathie Guo
ā€‹VP External Affairs of N.I.C.E.
Matthew Chen
VP Internal Affairs of N.I.C.E.
Avery Farm
Vice President of Operations

Programs

Net Impact Collaborative Experience (N.I.C.E) Consulting is a consulting program service for social-impact organizations based in New York. N.I.C.E is held every Thursday from 6:00PM-7:30PM in Stern's Tisch Hall. We consult with organizations tackling issues from educational equity and minority empowerment to food insecurity and environmental protection.

N.I.C.E session are open to all NYU students. At the end of each semester N.I.C.E awards certificates and membership status to those who have attended regularly and provided valuable input to our visiting organizations.

Net Impact Mentorship Program - Our mentorship program connects members with senior leadership and alumni so that the mentors can serve as a resource to guide and inspire our members as they explore impactful opportunities and develop their passion for social impact business.

Net Impact Membership Program - The Net Impact Membership Program was conceived in 2015 to improve membership retention. NI members collect points for every Speaker Series, N.I.C.E. (workshops to give social impact entreprenuers student feedback), or mentorship event they attend. By collecting 6 or 10 points at the end of the semester, members were titled as silver or gold members, respectively. Gold members were invited to an end of the year alumni dinner, where they had the opportunity to connect with Net Impact alumni and talk about social impact work after their Net Impact experience. The Membership Program recognized the most interested and involved members, putting active members at an advantage for holding future leadership positions.

Alumni Dinners -End of the Year Alumni dinner brought together Net Impact's founding members and Net Impact's star members or E-Board to foster community and show how to take your Net Impact experience beyond Stern.